Barron's corordinate geometry section doesn't cover the slope-intercept form and the mid point of a line. Does that mean that these two formulas are not part of GRE?
Thank you pemdas. Can you tell me that which book is the best for quant. Also is there a book or any other source which categorize practice GRE questions by level of difficulty (once i saw such book for GMAT).
Secondly, is the barron's verbal workbook good or not? I must tell you that I have given GRE before and scored 90th percentile in verbal. So is it good enough to improve for me.
spend 1-2 hours studying functions from CAT books and review coordinate geo of ETS guide again
it's all about function; the only things you need to know are 4 quadrants, slope/angle relationships for linear functions, symmetry for quadratics and exponential functions. That should suffice for planimetric view. Others are stereometry won't be tested on GRE - we are lucky, aren't we?
It is amazing how quickly math knowledge can fade, if you didn't really drill it in when you first learned it. I would recommend spending a LOT of time on practice problems. The more you practice, the more it will be automatic on the test and the less time you will spend second-guessing yourself.
Personally -- and your mileage may vary -- I almost never "study" formulas or attempt to memorize them. I do problems. I believe that if you do a lot of problems, with the formulas written down somewhere you can check them easily, you will probably not have to deliberately memorize them. Instead you will automatically learn the formulas by heart just from using them so much. At any rate, I've gotten A's in quite a lot of math classes with that approach.
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